The project is a small house located in a beach 100 kilometres to the south of Lima.
Conceptually, the project explores the expansion of usual activities in a beach house.
To achieve this, we’ve created a kind of great container box, a space that contains integrally the living-dinning room with the terrace-swimming pool - within which diverse elements have been designed (conventional and non conventional) that allow manifold use options.
Architectonically, the volume has been strategically cut in some of its faces to achieve sunlight control and certain visual effects and has deliberately been suspended over the lawn to accomplish weightless and freedom sensations in the architectonic experience of its users.
Functionally bedroom and services areas surround the main volume. There, we have the kitchen and the main bedroom, both connected visually with the terrace-swimming pool and, by extension, with the horizon.
The project intends to incorporate a new typological option extending the architectonic spectre of the desert coast of Peru in the beginnings of this new century.